Church Lane, Upper Beeding


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  • Bedrooms: 5
A spacious and versatile individual detached five-bedroom house (four doubles and one single) plus a double-bedroom self-contained annexe. The house provides excellent family space with a substantial conservatory spanning the width of the main house, creating an ideal space for entertaining. The house was built c.1930 of traditional construction with attractive pebbledash elevations under a pitched and tiled roof with period sash windows (with discreet secondary double glazing) to the front of the house, and PVCu casement double-glazed windows to the rear. The main house retains much of its original joinery, with a well-proportioned double-aspect sitting/dining room with bay window and wood-burning stove. Excellent family space includes a substantial conservatory spanning the width of the main house, which links the house to the west-facing garden and decking, creating an ideal space for entertaining. For a larger family, the adjoining one-bedroom annexe built in 2015, with kitchen, bathroom and living area, provides versatile accommodation and could be used as a separate work space. Alternatively, the link door to the main house means it is ideal for a dependent relative, or, with its own separate entrance, as a source of income (it is currently let at £550 per calendar month). The main house and annexe each have their own modern combi boilers providing gas-fired central heating to radiators and hot water. Tiled areas in the main house are complemented with underfloor electric heating.

The property is on the west side of Church Lane which is a turning off the village High Street. It is convenient for Upper Beeding shops close to the river bridge and also Hyde Square shops. In addition, the village has two churches and two public houses, primary school and planned Sixth Form College. The house is a short walking distance from open countryside and riverside walks in the Adur Valley and the South Downs National Park.

Upper Beeding is just over a mile from Steyning, where there is Steyning Grammar School and a variety of shops and eateries and a sports centre with swimming pool. Lancing College, Sompting Abbotts Preparatory School and Shoreham College for private education are close by.

The coast at Shoreham-by-Sea is just over four miles where there are superstores and a main line railway station to London/Victoria. Hassocks Station is about 20 minutes by road, for access to all main London stations. Brighton is about 12 miles, and Worthing 8. Crawley and Gatwick Airport can normally be reached in 40 minutes by road. Excellent access links to A23, A24 and A27.

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Hamilton Graham

38 High Street, Steyning, West Sussex

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